Second Company ~ First Company Washington Guards

Field & Staff

John R. Mifflin, Captain
Thomas I. Wharton, First Lieutenant
Thomas Traquair, Second Lieutenant
John S. Baker, Third Lieutenant
John M. Brown, Ensign
Sergeants
1st John Milnor,
2nd Thomas Davis
3rd Charles Carpenter
4th John P. Moore
5th George Nice
Corporals
1st Tench C. Kentzing
2nd William B. Emerick
3rd Charles B. Rees
4th George Bedwell
5th James Robbins

Privates

George Abel David Earnest
Richard Allen John Owen
Edwin Anderson Henry Porter
Alexander Austin John O. Pinkerton
Isaac Ashmead James D. Pratt
William Barger Benjamin Philips
Valentine Burkart Robert Rogers
Peter Burkart William Rovoudt
Adam L. Burkart Benjamin Robbins
David P. Benson William S. Smith
B. B Bringrhurst John Shreeve
Thomas Breintnall Charles Servoss
Cephas G. Childs Adam Seybert
William Christie Robert Scott
John R. Coxe Cornelius Stager
Charles J. Coxe Joseph M. Turner
Thomas W. Carson James Thomson
George C. Clinton James C. Thomson
Andrew Humphreys Joseph Thornton
Samuel Jobson Anthony Freed
James C. Keen Thomas Folwell
Joseph B. Kempton John Fries jun.
Joseph C. Keyser Samuel N. Gray
H. Kintzing William Graham
William L Lees Henry Grim
Henry Lesh George Goodman
David Lauck Thomas D. German
William Major Nicholas Hartley
John Metzker John Hicks
John K Mahany Thomas Hill
Lemuel Mifflin George W. Hockley
James Morrell John Harper
William M'Mullen William Hay
Ephraim Mills Frederick Hailer
William Newell Robert Huckle
Washington Nice Edward E. Hall*
Ephraim Campbell James Hutton
John H. Clause James C. Thomas
William Condon Thomas Tustian
Jacob K. Eats Edward Turner
C. C. Chevalier William S. Wager
Robert H. Campbell William Wright
Edward Clayton Joseph Whitaker
Thomas Christine Thomas Wilson
George Donaldson* John Webb
Andrew Donaldson Benjamin Whiteman
George Delleker John R. Wucherer
John H. Duncan Joseph Wetherstine
John Dunborow Joseph W Wiltberger
H Debaven James Watson
Anthony Eldridge Isaac Wiltberger
L. S. Elliott John G. Capp
Thomas W. Ewing John C Bryan
John Christie, Fifer
Robert Christie, Drummer
* Died, during the Campaign

History of Philadelphia


Source: A History of Philadelphia: With a Notice of Villages, in the Vicinity, Printed and published by Daniel Bowen, 1839


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